A handful of sprigs
  • Sprigs are stolons and rhizomes of the turf that are extracted from the soil.  The sprigs are pressed into the upper inch or two inches of the soil at a width of 4” per row.
  • Sprigging is ideal for planting large areas where irrigation is readily available and where sod becomes cost prohibitive because of the large area. Golf courses and athletic fields are frequently sprigged.
  • Late spring is the ideal time for planting using this method.
  • 90-120 days are needed for solid coverage.

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